Following our service of product development, we are capable of making prototype injection molding (up to 1000 pcs) and small batch molding (up to 10.000 pcs per year).
Used mainly for product testing and certifications, prototyping is often essential if you want to launch flawless products on the market.
Concerning small batch production – to our customers with who we cooperate in field on mold making, we are able to assist with keeping molds at our premises and molding small batches. This enables our customers to avoid mold freight and set up costs, which can significantly influence price per piece for low runner products.
Looking for professional support on your plastics projects?
Mold Solutions has injection molding press sizes from 25 to 280 tons
- Injection mold design support
- Design-for-manufacturing services
- Resin selection assistance
- Mold flow analysis
- Injection molding tool management
a thermoplastic produced through emulsion, boasts resistance to corrosive substances, ease of machining, and a relatively low melting point. Its prevalent use is found in fabricating enclosures.
also known as POM or Delrin, is a lightweight thermoplastic with low friction characteristics, notable resistance to chemicals, and liquid repellency. It’s frequently employed in machining processes, though injection molding is another viable option. Typical uses encompass bearings, bushings, and various dispensing components.
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), a petroleum-derived thermoplastic, exhibits impressive attributes such as high tensile strength, exceptional impact resistance, and a notably high melting point. HDPE finds widespread utilization in crafting caps and enclosures.
Low-density Polyethylene (LDPE), characterized by its soft, flexible, tough, and lightweight nature, excels in its resistance to corrosion. Commonly, LDPE is employed in the fabrication of containers, bags, and tubing.
distinguished by its high mechanical strength and rigidity, offers excellent chemical resistance and stability at elevated temperatures. This type of nylon is frequently employed in automotive applications, as well as in the production of gears and bushings.
on the other hand, boasts greater stiffness and tensile strength compared to standard Nylon. It also exhibits a low coefficient of friction and high thermal resistance. As a result, it’s commonly used for manufacturing bearings, washers, and as a lightweight alternative to metals when suitable.
Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT)
similar to PET plastic and part of the polyester family, distinguishes itself by being better suited for lower molding and operational temperatures. PBT exhibits remarkable heat and chemical resistance. This versatile material is commonly utilized in automotive applications, the production of gears, and electrical components due to its exceptional properties.
a blend of polycarbonate and ABS, combines the advantageous properties of both base materials, including heat resistance and flexibility. Moreover, this blend is particularly well-suited for injection molding, offering ease of processing compared to the individual base materials. Commonly, PC/ABS finds application in enclosures, large panels, and enjoys widespread use across a variety of applications due to its versatile and balanced properties.
also known as acrylic, is a transparent polymer known for its commendable tensile and flexural strength. It is a cost-effective material with properties comparable to polycarbonate. PMMA is widely used in various applications, including head and tail lights in automotive contexts, light pipes for directing and diffusing light, as well as clear enclosures where transparency and strength are essential.
Glass-filled Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT)
is a robust and durable material well-suited for a variety of industrial applications. Its enhanced strength and toughness make it a valuable choice for demanding environments. Common uses for glass-filled polycarbonate include pulleys and components in industrial machinery, as well as in the production of medical devices where durability and performance are critical.
characterized by its low melting point, high ductility, impressive impact strength, and low friction properties, is a versatile thermoplastic material. Polyethylene finds widespread application in various industries, including the production of films and bags for packaging, electronic insulation to protect electrical components, and even in the manufacturing of toys due to its favorable mechanical characteristics.
Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS
stands out as a material with exceptional resistance to both chemicals and high temperatures, coupled with favorable flow and dimensional stability.
is commonly employed in the production of synthetic fibers, electrical insulation for safeguarding electrical components, membranes used in various industrial processes, and packaging applications where its unique properties are advantageous.
Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)
is a versatile material that possesses the tactile qualities of rubber but retains the thermoplastic property, allowing it to be melted and reshaped as needed. TPE exhibits good thermal properties and remains stable across a wide range of temperatures. This material is commonly used in various automotive applications, where its flexibility and durability are beneficial, as well as in household appliances for components that require a rubber-like feel with thermoplastic characteristics.